A Network Operations Centre, or NOC, is the primary workspace engineers utilize to monitor, manage and troubleshoot problems on a telecom network. The Network Operations Centre offers oversight of problems, configuration and change management, network security, performance and policy monitoring, reporting, quality assurance, scheduling, and documentation by utilizing sophisticated network management, monitoring and analysis tools.
The NOC provides a structured environment that effectively coordinates operational activities with all participants and vendors related to the function of the network. The NOC technicians typically provide support twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Typical daily processes include:
- Monitoring operations of all backbone links and network nodes.
- Ensuring continuous operation of servers and services.
- Providing quality support for network users.
- Troubleshooting of all network and system related problems.
- Opening tickets to track and document resolution of problems.
- 24 hours a day, 7 days a week supervised operation by network and system engineers.
Most of the CTOs in the telecom industry are under pressure to cut costs while raising network service levels. It is therefore key identify the best strategy towards cost optimization, starting with efforts that will result in returns in six months or less. These returns are then re-invested to drive longer-term, transformational projects. Network automation initiatives are among the projects with the fastest return, often in less than two months.
Therefore we built experience in designing, building, and installing Command Centre, Control Centre, Network Operation Centre, Network Management Centre, Network Control Centres, Data Centre, and various other monitoring intensive control facilities.
“SISPL;Noc is center that helps manage system infra 2000+ telecom sites on daily basis.”